Apache Trail Events2017-18 season

Apache Jii CelebrationOctober

All Indian celebration, Native American cuisine such as fry bread and Apache Acorn Stew, Native American singing, dancing and storytelling representing the Apache Tribe including Apache Crown Dancers, art including jewelry, clothing, dolls, pottery and more, additional entertainment by various tribes, free, 9 am - 5 pm, 928-425-4495 or 800-804-5623 or http://www.globemiamichamber.com

Ben Johnson DaysNovember

It is time, once again, for the Annual Ben Johnson Days hosted by the Goldfield Ghost Riders.The event encompasses something for everyone - Texas Hold-em Tournament, Fun Gymkhana, Poker Ride, 50/50 Raffles & of course the annual Horse Trailer Raffle! Proceeds benefit children's charities. This event not only promises fun and excitement, it also gives us the opportunity to help those who cannot help themselves. Event is held every year at Goldfield Ghost Town.To purchase tickets for yourself and for resale, contact Vicki 480-982-3666

Festival of the SuperstitionsNovember

Join us for a free weekend festival of family fun that includes: Vendor & Food Booths, Beer Garden, Live Entertainment, Car Show, Veteran Ceremony, Petting Zoo, Trackless Train Rides ($/ride), Hay Maze, Chili Cook-off, USS Arizona Replica and much more!

Prickly Pear & Mesquite FestivalNovember

Prickly Pear & Mesquite Festival, and Mesquite Pancake Breakfast is a celebration of both of these life-giving plants and will introduce attendees to the practical aspects of harvesting and preparing this bounty of the desert for their own personal use.This event will take place between 9 am & 4 pm and will be held at Superstition Mountain Museum located at 4087 N Apache Trail in Apache Junction, Arizona.To purchase tickets for yourself and for resale, contact Vicki 480-982-3666

Superstition Mountain Heritage DaysJanuary

Superstition Mountain Heritage Days & Apacheland Reunion celebrates on this 12-acre site at the base of Superstition Mountain. Apacheland was host to a slew of entertainers from Hollywood. Come and see the Apache Yellow Bird Dancers and Teton Ken as ‘The Dutchman’ himself, Jacob Waltz and Cement Bootprints of the Stars, wild-west gunfights and stuntmen.

Lost Dutchman MarathonFebruary

Lost Dutchman Arizona Marathon running from Gold Canyon to Apache Junction, the Lost Dutchman follows a scenic, rolling, point-to-point, USATF certified course that can be used as a qualifier for the Boston Marathon. Located at the base of Superstition Mountain near the rumored site of the legendary Lost Dutchman Mine, this event is a favorite of serious marathoners and casual runners alike.

Lost Dutchman DaysFebruary

Lost Dutchman Days continues to be "the fun place to be for all ages." This event has 3 days of Professional Rodeo action, a Carnival that features 30+ rides, and carnival attractions held every year in Apache Junction, Arizona. The Parade, viewing always a favorite and attracts thousands of spectators were entertained with 152 entries.

Renaissance FestivalFebruary thru March

Don’t miss your BEST Day Out in History at the annual Arizona Renaissance Festival!The King and Queen are busy planning raucous revelry! Like us on Facebook to get the latest news, enter contests and stay in touch while plans are underway for various festivities. Please check our Special Events page for more information. Escape to the Arizona Renaissance Festival where pleasure and celebration are the only orders of the day as decreed by the King! The Arizona Renaissance Festival is one of the largest of the Renaissance events in the nation because it is really five Festivals all rolled into a giant, costumed fantasy village with 13 Stages of Continuous Live Entertainment, Outdoor Circus, Medieval Arts & Crafts Fair,Jousting Tournament with Three Performances Each Day, and Day-Long Feasts east of Gold Canyon, Arizona on US-60.

Apache Leap Mining FestivalMarch

Also celebratingthe Magma Arizona Railroad. Learn about mining; past present and future. Watch thegrueling mining competition as entrants show their skills with spiking, sawing, mucking and drilling, while competing for a $2,000 cash purse! Bring your Chihuahua and enter your pooch in theChihuahua race! The event is just 30 minutes east of Apache Junction on Main Street, Superior. Join us for fun and discover SUPERIOR!, the gateway to the Copper Corridor. Hosted by the Superior Chamber of Commerce with Premier Sponsor Resolution Copper. For more information (520) 689-0200 or (602) 625-3151


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